YOUR LUBIN BBA: A REWARDING CAREER IN A CRITICAL ROLE
Your Lubin BBA in Information Systems will deliver to you the technical expertise necessary for success in a variety of positions.
Transform businesses and markets through technology
Blend core business principles with new and emerging technologies
Gain a global perspective of information technology
Connect with visionary IT leaders in business and industry
Your coursework at Lubin's downtown campus—in the heart of Manhattan's financial district—will include an abundance of opportunities for hands-on experience with some of the world's most respected corporations and organizations.
Median salary for systems analysts nationally. (Source: O*NET)
AN EXCITING AND LUCRATIVE CAREER
Job prospects are excellent for Lubin BBA/IS students. Many of our graduates return to Pace at the suggestion of their HR departments to handpick additional BBA/IS graduates to fill career positions at their firms. As a systems analyst or other IT professional, you will find career opportunities in every business and industry. Here's what to expect:
Enjoy good pay: $68,000 mean salary for information systems majors (Source: Pace University Career Services Annual Reports)
Make your career move with one of the over 300 employers who recruit Pace graduates every year
Launch your career with Lubin connections - through our network of 72,000 alumni
GAIN USEFUL SKILLS AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
As a student in the BBA/IS program, you will take courses from both the Lubin School of Business and the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, one of the first comprehensive computing schools in the country. Through this unique combination of world-class schools, you garner a deeper understanding of - and practical skills in - business telecommunications, information systems principles, and project management. The BBA in Information Systems offers:
Essential business management skills in finance, accounting, marketing, business law, organizational development, statistics, and strategy.
A thorough understanding of systems and database management: Whether you become a systems analyst or assume another information role, you will need to understand system development, project management, and cost/benefit analysis.
Database management skills to understand the structure of a modern database system, and how it supports the strategic goals of an organization.
Facility with global data communication beyond the local network as you learn about the hardware, basic communications components, configurations, protocols, software, and networks and applications. Curriculum includes the global, economic, social, and ethical implications of data communications so you are well-prepared for the complex challenges of international business communications.